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  • Morris and Co Name: Bayleaf
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Morris and Co

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William Morris (1834-1896) was the single most influential designer of the nineteenth century. Morris was a political theorist, scholar, translator and publisher, an environmental campaigner, writer and poet as well as an outstanding designer. Under his direction Morris & Co. grew into a flourishing and fashionable decorating firm renowned for its wallpapers and textiles.

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A color is described as cool or warm depending on its position in the color spectrum and the hues of its nearest neighboring color.

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